Well, if you’ve been keeping up with the epic happenings of BLACKEST NIGHT, you probably have an idea, but in this issue new writer J.T. Krul puts the spotlight on everyone’s favorite Lantern-ized archer, Ollie Queen.
If there’s one book that just screams “fun,” it’s TINY TITANS. The book bristles with the pure energy and joy creators Art Balthazar and Franco pour into the book each month.
Before we get down to business, let's take a look at that amazing David Finch BRIGHTEST DAY cover one more time, shall we?
First the Black Lantern Corps rose from the Crypt on Oa decimating the planet and many Lanterns in their horrific path.
By legendary GREEN ARROW writer/artist Mike Grell and Greg Horn, respectively:
Not long ago, we showed off upcoming variant covers for GREEN LANTERN #51, GREEN LANTERN CORPS #45 and BLACKEST NIGHT: FLASH #3.
Yesterday, we showed off a page from BATMAN AND ROBIN #7 -- and it was a doozy. But why stop there? We've got the first five pages from the issue here, courtesy of the superstar team of writer Grant Morrison and artist Cameron Stewart.
We can't promise it'll make you any faster, or that it'll respond to your willpower, but hey -- that's what our imaginations are for.
GREEN LANTERN CORPS #45 by Brian Bolland.
The title is pretty ominous on its own: ADVENTURE COMICS STARRING BLACK LANTERN SUPERBOY. But what more can we reveal about the issue, which is written by Tony Bedard, with art by Travis Moore?

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